Lucinda Bateman, MD, is a distinguished clinician, researcher, and educator. A product of the esteemed Johns Hopkins University Medical School, Dr. Bateman has always placed the patient at the center of her practice. Her philosophy is clear – just because a condition is unknown or unexplained does not mean the patient should receive anything less than thorough and compassionate care.
Since establishing her practice in 2000, Dr. Bateman’s accomplishments are numerous:
- Served on six prestigious boards or committees.
- Acted as the principal investigator for 45 groundbreaking studies.
- Authored or co-authored 40 journal articles.
- Contributed as an adjunct instructor and assistant professor at the University of Utah in various departments.
- Lectured at global conferences, sharing her expertise and knowledge.
- In 2015, Dr. Bateman played a pivotal role as a clinical expert on the IOM/NAM committee, assisting in the formulation of the clinical diagnostic criteria for ME/CFS. This was a significant moment for clinicians, researchers, and patients alike.
Her collaborative efforts span institutions such as Stanford, Columbia, Cornell, Harvard, CDC, NIH, RECOVER Initiative, Riken, and more. As the co-founder of the U.S. ME/CFS Clinician Coalition, her influence in the medical community is undeniable.
Further demonstrating her dedication, in 2015, Dr. Bateman fused her private clinical and research practice with its non-profit counterpart, OFFER, birthing the Bateman Horne Center (BHC). This center is devoted to the diagnosis, management, research, and education benefiting those affected by multi-system chronic complex diseases (msCCD).
Today, her passion remains undiminished as she continues to champion the cause of enhancing access to informed medical care, placing a keen emphasis on medical education.